It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Season 3 Episode 11

Dennis Looks Like a Registered Sex Offender

9
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 25, 2007 on FXX
8.9
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When Dennis is mistaken for a recently released child molester, he is more bothered by the fact that the guy is overweight rather than him being a sex offender. Meanwhile, Mac tries once again to bond with his ex-con father, who shows an interest in Dee.

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  • Happy Boys!

    10
    The Dinner breakdown with Mac, is my favorite part of this entire episode, the inflection in his voice when he says "This was supposed to be about HAPPY BOYS!" gets me every time. One of the best episodes of a show with many amazing episodes throughout the entire series.
  • Eastern State Correctional Facility was forced to release 25% of their prison population. Two of them, Mac's father, and a guy that looks like Dennis.

    9.5
    If you haven't watched many episodes of It's Always sunny, this is an episode not to miss out on. In the first part of this episode We learn about Windall "Short-Eyes" Albright, a registered sex offender that is released from prison. The catch, he looks very similar to Dennis. We then get to meet mac's father who is also released from the prison and despite giving some of the gang the creeps, gets Mac to help him "take care" of some people on his list. Frank moves out for a "bang-maid," Charlie's mom. Dennis gets beaten up for trying to help kids learn about physical health. They all get together with their parents for a dysfunctional dinner.moreless
Charlie Day

Charlie Day

Charlie Kelly

Glenn Howerton

Glenn Howerton

Dennis Reynolds, Wendell Albright

Rob McElhenney

Rob McElhenney

Mac

Kaitlin Olson

Kaitlin Olson

Deandra "Dee" Reynolds

Danny DeVito

Danny DeVito

Frank Reynolds (Season 2+)

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    • Frank: She doesn't want anymore.
      Charlie: Shut up, Frank. You don't know what she wants, anymore than she knows what you want. But you know who knows what you want, Frank? I do! I've always known what you want, bro, and I can give you what you want, man. Just let me give you what you want, Frank.

    • Charlie: All right, damn it, Frank, this isn't about them or Mac or anyone else, this is about you and me, bro. This is about dudes living together, hanging out, sharing their bed, and their home and their life.
      Mac: No, Charlie, that's not what this is about!
      Charlie: Yes, it's what it's about.
      Mac: No. This is about... this is about people meeting back up after many years and sparks flying and families getting back together and raising little boys so that they can be happy again! Okay? Happy boys! This is about happy boys!

    • (Charlie is siphoning boxed wine from a grocery store into jars)
      Mac: Where did all these jars come from?
      Charlie: I emptied out all the tomato sauce.
      Mac: Hm. Seems to me like it would be easier to steal the box than the jars of liquid.
      Charlie: No, no, jars... its, you empty. You know what, where were you ten minutes ago when I was coming up with this plan, man?

    • Charlie: If we get your dad drunk enough, he's going to be able to see past your mother's looks, past her skin, all that eczema and shit. He's going to fall in love with her all over again, buddy. Now my mom -- she gets so belligerent and mean when she's drunk dude, she's going to drive Frank right back into my arms.
      Mac: Into your arms?

    • Charlie: You don't eat someone 'cause they don't have heroin in their ass!

    • Bonnie: Oh, Charlie, they're taking him away. They're taking away my Luther.
      Charlie: I'm sorry. Mom, I'm sorry, but can you listen to me for one second? Don't ever take Frank from me again, all right? He's mine now-- I got him back.

    • Charlie: And the seed... is planted.

    • Mac: This is, uh, delicious, Charlie.
      Charlie: Why thank you, Mac.
      Frank: It's crap. Pure, unadulterated crap.
      Charlie: Uh, Mother, how's yours?
      (Bonnie looks at Frank)
      Bonnie: Um... it's crap. Pure, unadulterated crap.
      Charlie: Well, I'm not surprised your saying that, considering I took a crap in yours.

    • Mac: Don't even think about breathing, bitch.

    • Dee: This man should not work here.
      Mac: Why?
      Charlie: Dude, why are you attacking us?
      Dee: Because this dude looks like he wants to eat me. Has he ever eaten anybody that you know of?
      Mac: I don't think so.
      Charlie: No, but I mean, it'd be pretty cool if he did, don't you think?
      Dee: (sarcastically) Oh, yeah. Yeah, that is really cool.

    • Betty: Uh, my name is Betty Canuso. And I don't know if you've heard, but a week ago, Eastern State Correctional Facility was forced to release 25% of its inmates due to overcrowding.
      Mac: Eastern State? That's where my dad is. Maybe they let my dad out. Did they let my dad out, lady?

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